In this comedy, a small-time pot dealer takes a fake wife, two pretend kids, and a huge, shiny RV to Mexico on Fourth of July weekend to try to score enough to pay off a big debt.
“It’s kind of ‘The Matrix,’ ‘The Hangover,’ and ‘The West Wing’ on one ten thousandth of the budget,” said director Scott Barrow.
“I structured the play like a Wikipedia page – sort of a menu of someone’s life. It also includes footnoted information,” says writer Larry Mollin.
The New York actor has written a play, and will stage a reading Monday on Martha’s Vineyard.
Actors and real-life couple Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen performed to a sold-out crowd last week.
SQuire Rushnell and Louise DuArt’s turned a legal dispute into a comedy. Laughter may be the best revenge.
In addition to performing “Loveland,” Ms. Randolph will host a four-day writing workshop.
The Vineyard Playhouse brings “Henry IV” to the Tisbury Amphitheater.
The Vineyard Playhouse hosts the real-life couple in a reading of A.J. Gurney’s “Love Letters.”
What happens to a family home when the matriarch dies?